Returning to WWII, Call of Duty Vanguard Will Span Across 4 Different Fronts

The August 19th reveal of the latest game from Skedfehammer Games, Call of Duty: Vanguard will plant its boots in the digital landscapes amongst WWII. Set to release on November 5th 2021, Vanguard will showcase the war from four different locations, including Africa, Eastern, Western, and Pacific fronts. You will tour each front from the eyes of four different soldiers in your time throughout the campaign. Other notable items are that Raven Software will head up the online Warzone crossover while Treyarch will create a new zombies mode that will tie into Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War Zombie storylines. The game will arrive on Xbox One, Xbox Series X, PlayStation 4 PlayStation 5, and Windows PC through Battle.net.

With the allocations of the sexual harassment claims against their parent company, Blizzard Activison, Aaron Halon, Sledgehammer Games Studio Head finds it “devastating.” Though they cannot speak about the lawsuit, they want to see every team member treated respectfully, and that “harassment of any kind goes against what we stand for as a studio.”

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One thought on “Returning to WWII, Call of Duty Vanguard Will Span Across 4 Different Fronts

  1. This may well be an unpopular opinion, but despite MW2019’s flaws, I found it to be a colossal breath of fresh air. Sure Cold War had its fans and Vanguard looks like a lot of fun if you’re into it, but I don’t see much reason to pick it up. I’m glad they fixed a lot of the things people seemed to be upset with, but the fact people are already talking about a potential MW sequel as the next game has just pulled me out of it, to be honest.
    I hope the people who end up playing Vanguard have fun with it and the new Warzone map though. Keep it up Driftor! Love your stuff.

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